29 Sep Out of the Sun – Esi Edugyan
Essays at the Crossroads of Race
Out of the Sun sheds light on the people and stories that have remained in the shadows – more specifically, the stories of Black people that history has not recorded.
Edugyan tackles in this book race and representation, memory and belonging, and sensitively explores what it means to be seen and who remains unseen. For change to happen, we must first acknowledge “the vastly unequal places from which we each speak, the ways some have been denied voices when others are so easily heard”, she writes.